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The Wake of Data Responsibility

The rise of cloud environments across industries coupled with the growth of the ICT industry has led to a significant influx in data carbon footprint. Everything we do online contributes to worldwide data growth and the real...

6 Reasons Why To Have A Livestock Insurance

You might be aware or maybe not about the Livestock Insurance and why it is important for people out there having animals. So, be it for farmers on the wide and beautiful plains or the ranchers in the pastures of the mountai...

Meet Improov: The optionally anonymous customer feedback platform for SMEs

Brisbane-based startup Improov is set to help local businesses come back from restrictions stronger than ever by launching a convenient and optionally anonymous customer experience platform that rewards users for their feedb...

Yabonza makes first acquisition with Easyshare

Yabonza, an Australian Founded proptech startup, announces their acquisition of the sharehouse payments startup Easyshare, in a combined cash and equity deal. The acquisition is the first for Yabonza and is a move that align...

Leveraging data & insights to drive deeper customer connections and efficiencies in the new retail landscape

The retail industry is undergoing tremendous transformation driven by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing regulations and mandatory closure of physical stores have resulted in the rapid proliferation of e...

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The spending splurge matters, regardless of what modern monetary theory says

ShutterstockThe Australian government is planning to spend A$190 billion to support the economy in response to COVID-19, according to the latest Parliamentary Budget Office estimate. The total im...

Stamp duty is an economic drag. Here's how to move to a better system

ShutterstockFor all the things we don’t know about COVID-19 one thing is certain: our economic recovery will depend on boosting productivity. Everyone from the Reserve Bank of Australia gov...

two leading economists on Australia's post-COVID economy

With three months before JobSeeker is due to end and calls for billions of dollars in extra spending, there is a growing debate about how Australia’s post-coronavirus economy will actually ...

BASKIN-ROBBINS AND STRANGER THINGS PROVE TO BE AN AWARD-WINNING COMBO

A brave move has paid dividends for Baskin-Robbins Australia who recently announced they won the award for Best Digital Initiative at last week’s QSR Media Awards. Baskin-Robbins Austral...

Why a Presilience mindset is crucial for thriving in the new normal

As we have now all experienced, the world we live in is truly Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) – from banking royal commissions, to bushfires and COVID-19, we have seen c...

Forget JobSeeker. In our post-COVID economy, Australia needs a 'liveable income guarantee' instead

Kelly Barnes/ AAPThere are now less than three months to go before the expanded JobSeeker payment is due to end.As a result, there is a growing political debate about what should happen to the un...

The sun is setting on unsustainable long-haul, short-stay tourism — regional travel bubbles are the future

www.shutterstock.comUnprecedented border closures and the domestic lockdown have paralysed New Zealand’s $40.9 billion a year tourism industry. In the process, the vulnerability of the sect...

there's no retirement on a dead planet

ShutterstockHESTA, the industry super fund for health and community workers, plans to dump its shares in thermal coal mining companies.Beyond that, its Net Zero by 2050 program announced on Frida...

what drives panic buying during the COVID-19 pandemic

Panic buying has returned to Australia in the wake of its second-biggest city experiencing a spike in COVID-19. The Victorian government has reimposed stay-at-home restrictions on 36 of Melbourne...

Be careful what you claim for when working from home. There are capital gains tax risks

ShutterstockNearly all of the income tax focus in the context of “working from home” during COVID-19 has been on claiming “running expenses” – things like electricit...

41% of full-time and 35% of part-time jobs can be done from home

ShutterstockVictoria’s outbreak of COVID-19 infections, with 75 more cases identified overnight on top of 173 cases the previous five days, underlines the need to stick with social distanci...

Cutting unemployment will require an extra $70 to $90 billion in stimulus. Here’s why

ShutterstockAfter managing the first stage of the COVID-19 crisis so effectively, the government now faces a bigger challenge: getting us back to work. The official employment figures indicate th...

let's learn from COVID-19 and make the traditional workplace better

www.shutterstock.comHaving had to rapidly adjust to working from home due to COVID-19, many people are now having to readjust to life back in the office. Many will have enjoyed aspects of what is...

2020-21 economic survey points to a weak recovery getting weaker, amid declining living standards

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDThe picture of economic recovery painted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison is looking like a mirage. The 22 leading economists polled by The Conversation fro...

A Definitive Guide to Beginning an Ancestry Journey

Knowing your roots can provide a sense of history, progress, and clarification of who you are and where you come from. Beginning an ancestry discovery isn’t a straightforward process. Tel...

Qantas cutbacks signal hard years before airlines recover

Qantas’ announcement this week of severe job cuts comes as little surprise. The COVID-19 pandemic and closed borders have brought the global aviation industry to its knees. According to glo...

COVID-19 hands Australia Post a golden opportunity to end daily letter delivery

ShutterstockAustralia Post delivered more than 3.3 billion items last financial year. That’s almost 14 million deliveries a day (not counting weekends and public holidays).Its 2019 annual r...

why even competent politicians refuse to change policy course

In light of Victoria’s COVID-19 resurgence, and with school holidays imminent, it might seem likely premier Daniel Andrews would tighten social mobility restrictions and his New South Wales...

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